The Education Justice Project is looking for individuals to work on EJP’s newest reentry guide, Returning Home, A Guide to the Challenges and Opportunities after Deportation. The EJP builds a model college-in-prison program that demonstrates the strong positive impacts of higher education.
From the Education Justice Project (EJP) weekly newsletter: Are you knowledgeable about or interested in learning about deportation and the issues that surround it? Do you know of reliable organizations that work with deported people who should be added to the directory of the guide? We are looking for editors, writers, researchers, and graphic designers to join our team.
The guide is the first of its kind, written in part by EJP alumni who have been deported and are living in Mexico. They offer words of advice on everything from how to interact with ICE officials to how to start your own business in Mexico. The photos that illustrate the guide were taken by the wives of deported men throughout Mexico.
A link to the guide can be found at educationjustice.net and hard copies can be requested via email (below). Guides are sent free of charge to incarcerated individuals. Otherwise, a small donation is requested, but no one will ever be denied a guide. To learn more about getting involved, contact them directly by email: